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Rent Lamborghini Gallardo in Europe
When Lamborghini introduced the Gallardo in 2004, it was a breakthrough for Lamborghini in two ways. The first was that Lamborghini had now added an ‘entry’ level model to the product line up that was mass produced.
The second was that this was the first Lamborghini was direct influence from their parent company Audi AG. The third was that this was the first Lamborghini to use a V10 engine rather than the typical V12 commonly found in its
predecessors. Needless to say, the Gallardo was a huge fit among fans and consumers and over 14,000 vehicles were produced.
Raucous 5.2-litre V10 is delivering a mammoth 602bhp to all four-wheels through a double-clutch gearbox. It’ll go from 0-62mph in 3.2 seconds, hit 124mph in 9.9 seconds and rock on to a top speed in excess of 200mph.
Lamborghini Gallardo's snug interior is surprisingly comfortable and luxurious. As its interior reveals, modern car-building techniques have buffed the rough, rude edges of the Lamborghini personality. Open the door,
and the Gallardo welcomes you with its handsome interior furnished in rich leather. Previous Lamborghinis contorted their drivers into a bent and laidback driving position: This one will let you use a tollbooth without
getting out of the car. The steering wheel telescopes and tilts, and there is plenty of head room and seat adjustments so that even a 6-foot-tall person will feel comfortable. It comes standard with automatic climate control,
power windows and door locks, power-adjustable leather seating, a CD player with two auxiliary audio inputs, an adjustable leather-wrapped steering wheel, and electrically folding outside mirrors.
Lamborghini Gallardo Specs:
- Engine: 5.2 L V10- Max Power: 562 bhp @ 8000rpm- Max Torque: 540 Nm @ 6500 rpm- Seating Capacity: 2- Transmission: Manual- Boot Space: 110 liters- Fuel Tank Capacity: 90 liters- Fuel Type: Petrol
- Body Type: Coupe
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